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[forums]Re: Gerry and Slyvia Anderson.. - Copyright? Hard to say...
Posted by The_Emperor_Of_Television on Mar 31, 2013 10:43am into classic_tv
As you are well-aware, most pre-1970 UK TV is lost. These series are arranged by year of debut. There may be errors on the list. 1954: Fabian of the Yard (BBC) War in the Air (BBC) 1955: Around the World with Orson Welles (ITV) Love and Kisses (ITV, NOTE: This is disputed) Orson Welles' Sketch Book (BBC) Quatermass II (BBC) St. Ives (BBC) The Adventures of Robin Hood (ITV) The Scarlet Pimpernel (ITV) The Woodentops (BBC) 1956: Colonel March of Scotland Yard (ITV) Jane Eyre (BBC) The Adventur......

[forums]Hopefully incomplete list of 1950s British TV series for which all episodes still exist
Posted by The_Emperor_Of_Television on Feb 4, 2013 11:45pm into classic_tv
Whether they'd be OK to upload, I don't know, copyright laws confuse me. But some of them already have some or all episodes uploaded. They are sorted by the year they debuted, and also include some mini-series plus some series produced with the intent of export to the US: **1954** "Fabian of the Yard" "War in the Air" **1955** "Around the World with Orson Welles" "Love and Kisses" (not sure about this) "Orson Welles' Sketch Book" "Quatermass II" "St......

[forums]Re: new video/audio player 'opt in' is live!
Posted by mizzmaddie on Apr 29, 2012 4:23pm into movies
I just viewed all 6 episodes of Quatermass and the Pit using Chrome on an iMac running OS X 10.7.3. My broadband connection averages 2.5mbps. The player worked beautifully in full-screen mode. Not a hitch. Nice work folks!...

[forums]Enemy From Space trailer
Posted by guyzilla on Jan 9, 2010 2:17am into classic_tv
It may interest you to know that last night I uploaded the theatrical trailer for "Enemy From Space", the U.S. title for the "Quatermass 2" movie. You can see it here if you're interested: http://www.archive.org/details/EnemyFromSpace-Trailer I'll see about uploading the trailer for "Five Million Years To Earth (Quatermass And The Pit)" later. This post was modified by guyzilla on 2010-01-09 10:17:31...

[forums]Re: For completists: More Quatermass uploaded
Posted by Ganbachi on Jan 9, 2010 12:34am into classic_tv
Yes. They destroyed the tapes to a huge amount of their old stuff thinking they were of no use anymore, then panicked when home video came out and people were demanding things like Doctor Who be released. They then spent loads of (our) money trying to track down any fragments of these lost programs so they could sell them back to us. Famously, the sole suriving copy of the Patrick Troughton story - 'Tomb of the Cybermen' was discovered in a vault in Hong Kong in the early 90's......

[forums]Re: Quatermass and the pit uploaded:
Posted by guyzilla on Jan 8, 2010 11:10pm into classic_tv
Thanks for your hard work. Get the rest of THE INVISIBLE MAN up when you can. I'll be looking forward to it....

[forums]Re: For completists: More Quatermass uploaded
Posted by quigs on Jan 8, 2010 9:30pm into classic_tv
I don't know about anyone else, but I for one am sincerely grateful fo all the work Ganbachi has done in this short amount of time; Quatermass Experiment of the two surviving episodes is the most I have ever seen of this lost historical treasure from the BBC and Quatermass and the Pit absolutely marvelous to see and to complete the cycle (as it were) of this beloved series. Now if BBC Enterprises would get of their royal butt and make the whole thing available to us Yanks: that would be the ic......

[forums]Re: got some more..
Posted by quigs on Jan 8, 2010 8:41am into classic_tv
my apologies however thank you for the Quatermass and the pit uploads, Ganbachi....

[forums]Quatermass and the pit uploaded:
Posted by Ganbachi on Jan 8, 2010 4:49am into classic_tv
Here are the links: http://www.archive.org/details/QuatermassAndThePit-EpisodeOne http://www.archive.org/details/QuatermassAndThePit-EpisodeTwo http://www.archive.org/details/QuatermassAndThePit-Episode3 http://www.archive.org/details/QuatermassAndThePit-Episode4 http://www.archive.org/details/QuatermassAndThePit-EpisodeFive http://www.archive.org/details/QuatermassAndThePit-EpisodeSix You will probably have to wait till next week for the rest of "The Invisible Man" as I've got a lot on ......

[forums]Ganbachi, tick, tick, tick....
Posted by quigs on Dec 25, 2009 9:01pm into classic_tv
The time is coming for: The second season of The Invisible Man The first season of Danger Man Quatermass and the Pit I am looking forward to this so much....

[forums]Re: Is 'Quatermass And The Pit' PD?
Posted by quigs on Dec 22, 2009 8:45am into feature_films
Yes indeed, I look forward to that....

[forums]Re: Is 'Quatermass And The Pit' PD?
Posted by guyzilla on Dec 21, 2009 1:21am into feature_films
Till the new year, then. Thanks for the info....

[forums]Re: Is 'Quatermass And The Pit' PD?
Posted by Video-Cellar on Dec 20, 2009 9:33pm into feature_films
Some of the series was published in 1958 and entered the PD at the beginning of this yuear the rest of it was published in 1959 and enters the PD in the new year....

[forums]Re: Is 'Quatermass And The Pit' PD?
Posted by billbarstad on Dec 20, 2009 7:27pm into feature_films
Check through these threads. Looks like it will be soon....

[forums]Is "Quatermass And The Pit" PD?
Posted by guyzilla on Dec 20, 2009 6:01pm into feature_films
I'm talking about the BBC serial, not the Hammer film. PD, or not PD, that is the question. I don't remember if I've asked this before or not....

[forums]Re: Ganbachi, please answer
Posted by Ganbachi on Nov 2, 2009 3:13am into classic_tv
Hi Quigs, I am still about but I've changed jobs recently and as such get a lot less time on the internet! You were asking about Quatermass and The Invisible Man - both Quatermass and the pit, and Season 2 of Invisible Man will become PD on the first of January 2010. I cannot remember off the top of my head when the early Danger Man shows were made but I'll check when I get home and get back to you on that one....

[forums]Re: Bonanza, the remining shows
Posted by John Quigley on Oct 21, 2009 11:22am into classic_tv
Good, I just thought I'd make sure, we need to keep the Archive running smoothly on our own until they appoint a new Moderator. Also - a note about Quatermass III, It's actually called Quatermass and the Pit, and if someone is going to upload it they need to make sure it is the BBC Version not the Movie version by Hammer Films. (An easy way to tell is the TV series is in B&W, the Movie is in Colour.) -John ...

[forums]Re: How close...
Posted by Ganbachi on Jun 21, 2009 12:20am into classic_tv
OK... The second season of "the Invisible Man" and "Quatermass and the Pit" become PD on the first of January 2010. (In fact, the first two episodes of Quatermass are PD now but I thought I'd wait till they all are before uploading). The Master, along with the One Step Beyond and Sherlock Holmes episodes, sre on my computer which has died! I'm using my wife's old laptop to get online while I'm trying to sort the problem and she's got me one of her office's old computers (still newer than mine......

[forums]British TV?
Posted by Ganbachi on Apr 2, 2009 8:10am into classic_tv
So as the man in England I try to supply. Problem is so much of our TV heritage was thoughtlessly trashed. I have a friend who is "Mr British comedy" (he gave me the "A show called Fred" episode) and he probably has loads more stuff for uploading. Trouble is, He's in New Zealand for the next 6 weeks. I'll keep my eye out for stuff to upload in the meantime. Still, "The Buccaneers" is good fun and next January you can have the rest of "The Invisible Man" and "Quatermass & the Pit" so the......

[forums]Re: Quatermass
Posted by Ganbachi on Mar 2, 2009 2:02am into feature_films
Surely this is one for the Classic TV forum... Only two episodes of the first Quatermass series have survived. They are technically PD but the BBC does like to argue underlying copyrights (scripts, characters etc.). Quatermass and the Pit exists in its entirety (and is, in my opinion, the best of the three BBC Quatermass series). The first two episodes are (technically) PD - the other four will be on January 1st next year. It started showing in December 1958 and carried on into January 1959......

[forums]Quatermass
Posted by quigs on Mar 1, 2009 1:38pm into feature_films
Interesting and quite absorbing. Does the first one survive of Quatermass Experiment? The Third one serial of Quatermass and the Pit is it available for public Dormain (IA)?...

[forums]Re: Invisble Man
Posted by Ganbachi on Feb 3, 2009 11:55pm into classic_tv
Sorry, I've been ill. I'll do the missing two episodes tomorrow if I'm feeling up to it. Season 2 was screened in 1959 which means it is in copyright till 31st December this year, so it'll have to wait till next January. It's annoying, the first two episodes of "Quatermass & the Pit" could go up now as it was the BBC's Christmas thriller but the other 4 would have to wait until next January. Still we all know what the BBC are like! They probably wouldn't allow it anyway since they are makin......

[forums]Re: Quatemass is sooooooooooo cool!
Posted by Robin_1990 on May 23, 2008 4:54am into classic_tv
I don't know if the first serial still survives, But if it does it's certainly PD. As for "Quatermass and the Pit", the first few episodes will enter the public domain in the UK in 2009, and the other few will become PD in 2010. Still, Considering "I Love Lucy" will not become PD until 2046, It isn't THAT big of wait....

[forums]Re: Quartermass II ep 6
Posted by rq52 on May 23, 2008 1:19am into classic_tv
I watched half of Quatermass and the Pit. I like it better than the film. I hope you can get on IA. If not(copyright law and all that) may Quatemass-the great Xperiment....

[forums]Quatemass is sooooooooooo cool!
Posted by rq52 on May 22, 2008 6:19pm into classic_tv
Since I am a DR. Who (who isn't) fan, I was wondering if you upload his firdt serial, the great Xperiment(that is the title)? It was done in 1953 and I am sure it is PD. Maybe also, the last of the Quatermass serials, Quatemass and the Pit. Not the film (heavens no!!!!!!!!!!!)but the serial of 6 parts. Thank you....

[forums]Re: Quartermass II ep 6
Posted by Shadows_Girl on May 19, 2008 10:07am into classic_tv
These have all been on Guba for well over a year. You can also find Quatermass and the Pit (the original TV serial there as well). Not sure about the connection to Doctor Who...more a descendant of Conan Doyle's Professor Challenger I would suggest. The Doctor ain't a local boy, after all. Here's a link to Guba's Quatermass page to speed things up for ya. http://www.guba.com/general/search?query=Quatermass+&set=5&x=19&y=9 BTW while you're there's check out this classic episode of Route 66 st......

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